Make a free reservation
Best American Restaurants in Philadelphia
Best Italian Restaurants in Philadelphia
Earn Free Meals Faster with Bonus Points
Philadelphia's most booked Bonus Point Tables
What a wonderful experience. I brought my mother for a late mother's day dinner and everything was amazing from beginning to end. The the away from the night is the amazing service. As someone who's in the service industry, I have very high standards for service. My expectations were far exceeded. The portions could be a little bigger, but the flavor and preparation were spot on. A great place, 10/10. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Have been here before for drinks (loved!), but had never been upstairs for dinner. Nice ambiance and design. Really enjoyed the quality of the food. Our waiter described the plates as small/ meant to be shared and recommended we start with 5/6 dishes. We chose 3 to start and it was MORE than enough food. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall
Philadelphia's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Many hits, but a few misses. Wait staff is very attentive, but a bit obtrusive as well. Tasting menu was a fine tour of the chef's skills, and generally were all very good to excellent, but we must say that the pasta course in olive and garlic was so heavy handed, that it took two more courses to get the garlic taste out of our mouth. MoreOpenTable Diner -
All the servers were polite and eager to please. If they didn't know an answer to a question, they went and found out. The food was good, though not great. What possibly made the experience a little trying was the fact that the a/c wasn't working and we were extremely uncomfortable. Presentation was great! MoreOpenTable Diner -
This is one of those places where you drive by often and wonder if you should go in. The answer is YES!! From the host the minute we walked in,the service, everything was amazing!! The meats are delicious!! I can't wait to go back and I'm so glad we decided to try Rios!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
New to OpenTable
Philadelphia restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Hardball Cider - Gastropub & Craft Bar is the best craft food and drink experience in the Lehigh Valley. From our own hard ciders & wines, to local beer and spirits, to an incredible culinary experience designed by our chefs, we bring you our first gastropub & craft bar experience located on Main Street in downtown Historic Bethlehem.
We are the largest cider producer in the Lehigh Valley. All of our hard ciders are made on our family-farm in Mount Bethel, PA. There are typically between 7 and 10 hard ciders on tap at our gastropub and they do rotate frequently throughout the year. Stop in and try one or try them all!More
Finish your weekend night out on our third-floor lounge. Nicknamed Little Mykonos, this floor guarantees everyone a good time. The modern white furniture with gold accents provides a light, airy space with plenty of room for mingling and late night dancing. When you need a breath of fresh air just step outside onto our deck. With great views of the city, it will provide all the refreshment to continue the party all night long.More
MAIN & VINE brings a piece of Northern California to the heart of Philadelphia’s Main Line. Celebrated for its diversity in taste, Northern California embraces all palates in the community it serves with an added sense of sophistication. Credited as the birthplace of the modern farm to table movement, the region resources the freshest, most natural ingredients from its own backyard, a practice that has since become a way of life by many.
While famous for producing some of the finest wines in the world, Northern California is also home to several of the top craft breweries in production today, and prides itself on creating such cocktails as the iconic gin martini, pisco punch, and cable car just to name a few.
It is this craft and culinary union that embodies the MAIN & VINE spirit and approach. Our bistro welcomes guests to experience the best of Northern California for themselves, in a sophisticatedly hip, yet relaxed atmosphere.More
No longer just NYC’s 8th borough, Philadelphia is a well-kept secret, especially when it comes to food. Sure, you can still get a cheesesteak or its lesser-known, debatably better cousin—the roast pork sandwich—but the restaurant scene has taken off in recent years, with Israeli, vegetarian, and Spanish food in the mix. The provolone-lined cheese shops of eras gone by exist in bigger, better versions and the large, welcoming brasseries that dot Rittenhouse Square make you feel like you’re in Paris. Reading Terminal Market pays homage to Lancaster County’s Pennsylvania Dutch fare, with a bounty of pretzels and apple butter, while local bakeries, baristas, and breweries set a high culinary bar for the City of Brotherly love.